Easter is coming up this weekend and our family always meets up at someone’s house for breakfast. For that occasion I will be making these Easter vegan egg dessert.
The tradition is to eat certain foods, which are mostly animal products and a lot goes to waste, as it is only there in abundance for tradition. Come on, no family really needs to eat 30 eggs for breakfast.
I saw that they changed the local packaging of 10 eggs to 30 eggs in my local store, just for the sake of Easter. For that reason I decided to create something that could still keep the tradition, but use less animal products.
For these Easter Vegan Egg dessert you will need very few ingredients and will therefore take you just a short period of time to make it.
- Vegan Puffy Dough
- Apples (peeled and grated)
- Canned Apricots
- Soy coconut yogurt
- Coconut oil
Firstly you want to grease up our muffin baking tray with some coconut oil. Cut your dough into little squares and place them in to the tray. Mind you, mine got a little too puffy, so if you want more filling and less dough, keep in mind to roll it out first.
On the dough square put some grated apples and some cinnamon over it. Place another dough square over it and that is it for the baking part.
The oven should be heated to 180°c and you want to bake it for approximately 25min, or until they are nicely golden.
Once ready, leave it to cool down and prepare your “egg” ingredients.
In the canned apricots try and cut a circle, to look like a yolk. The easiest for me was to use an apple slicer. Chop up the rest of the apricots and also get your yogurt ready.
If your pastry is too puffy and there is really no space for the filling (like it happened to me in the video), just push down a little to make some space. All the professional cooks are probably cringing but hi…. 🙂
Into your “hole” firstly place some chopped up apricots and some yogurt over it. In the middle place your “yolk” and there you have it.
So easy and simple, you have to try it. And most importantly, it is delicious!!!
In conclusion, please let me know what you do to celebrate Easter, if anything, and let me know how your dessert turns out.